We would like this page to be devoted to your kids’ favorite recipes. Feel free to have your kids post their favorite recipes within the comments section and we will cut and paste them into this page!

6 Responses to “kids’ own recipes”

  1. 1 deb mrazek October 17, 2008 at 3:28 am

    Last year, my 8 year old son created “Apples on Wheels”. He documented this recipe as a series of photos in a .pdf. Is there a way to submit a pdf file?


  2. 2 Kelly Jad'on October 29, 2008 at 6:45 pm

    This is a very nice idea. As children are online anyway, and some really do love to cook, it’s great that they can become contributors.
    My son created his own recipe and dish known as Hurricane Splatter.

    (We live in South Florida and had three hurricanes pass directly over us within 2 years.)

    For those of you who are a little older, this dessert is ice cream pie.

    Hurricane Splatter

    Fill a pie tin with a graham cracker/cookie crumb base.
    Soften your choice of ice cream. Smooth into the pie tin.
    Cover with whipped cream, chocolate sauce, candies, you name it.
    The key is that it shouldn’t appeal to an adult (design friendly)–rather it should have a splattered appearance.
    Refreeze until serving.

    Serve to visitors for a chance to see great expressions. Take a photo!

    Kelly Jad’on

  3. 3 Grace O. July 9, 2009 at 8:15 pm


    * 2 cheesy Ruffles potato chips (one on top & one on bottom)
    * 1 T. peanut butter
    * 2 dried cherries
    * 4th of July Sprinkles (a.k.a. “Jimmies” according to Bob)
    * 2 Swedish fish candies in the middle of the peanut butter

    First layer is a potato chip. Next, spread a layer of peanut butter on the chip. Put cherries on top of the peanut butter. Spread another layer of peanut butter. Sprinkle Jimmies on the peanut butter. Next spread on another layer of peanut butter. Next place 2 Swedish fish on the peanut butter. Spread on another layer of peanut butter. Finish chip-a-ritto by placing another Ruffles chip on top followed by a few more sprinkles. Now it’s time to eat the chip-a-ritto!!! Yeah!!

  4. 4 Grace O. July 9, 2009 at 8:35 pm

    Swirl-Whirl Brownies

    * Brownie mix (and any ingredients the mix calls for)
    * 1/2 c. peanut butter
    * 1/2 c. marshmallow fluff


    Mix brownie mix according to your mix’ directions and pour into baking pan. Melt the peanut butter and marshmallow fluff in two separate containers. Pour peanut butter and marshmallow fluff onto top of brownies. Take a toothpick and swirl two toppings to make a cool pattern. Eat and enjoy the Swirl-whirl Brownies!

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